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Western Sydney University researchers and the Stress Lab team are leading a world-first study that will trial the application of smart technology to monitor epigenetic changes in Merino sheep reproduction.
To aid wildlife carers, land managers and public health officials, researchers from Western Sydney University’s Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment and others, have developed a Flying Fox Heat-Stress Forecaster.
Western researchers were part of a specialist group of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) that analysed the conservation status of some 360 turtle and tortoise species around the world.
Two Western Sydney University alumni have been announced as finalists in the 2019 Seven News Young Achiever Awards – honouring young people contributing to the community through exceptional and visionary science and technology achievements.
The Conversation: Sex offender registries don’t prevent re-offending (and vigilante justice is real)
It may seem like common sense that allowing the public to know the whereabouts of dangerous people should increase community safety. As in many areas of criminal justice, the real story is more complicated.
New Year’s Resolutions are about making a commitment to be happier and healthier on every level. This year, make a pact to really get to know the world you live in. And resolve to make the most positive impact you can.